• As a reminder, our eCLASS provider D2L is used by K12 and higher education institutions across the country and throughout the world. We anticipate that we could experience some slowness in our tool as usage everywhere increases.

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Mobile Apps to Download

  • Mobile Apps to Load
  • Media Center - Checkout & AR Info

    Please visit our Media Center eCLASS page for helpful resources and videos.

  • Minimum Tech Requirements

    Older devices may not be able to load the programs needed for students to use eCLASS and Google Classroom.

    Device Options

    Tech Options

  • Google Classroom

    This year, many of our teachers will be using Google Classroom.

    Accessing Google Classroom 
    Please follow these steps for setting up your student's GCPS Google account for the first time.

    Submitting Assignments in Google Classroom

    Additional Google Classroom Resources 

  • Changing Your Chrome Browser User

    Frequently a new user needs to be added to existing Chrome accounts so students can access their GCPS Google Classroom. Use the directions below to help guide you through this process.

    Changing Your Chrome Browser User (Handout)

    Changing Your Chrome Browser User (Video)

  • Connecting Mobile Devices to Google

    In order for mobile devices to work properly in G Suite for Education & Google Classroom, various free Google apps should be downloaded. 

    These apps include:

    • Google Drive
    • Google Docs
    • Google Slides
    • Google Sheets
    • Google Classroom
    • Chrome (optional depending on the device being used)

    Once you have downloaded these apps, use the directions below to guide you through connecting to your child's GCPS Google account.

    Directions for Connecting Mobile Devices to G (Google) Suite Items

  • Multiple Google Accounts - Sign Out All Accounts

    When using G Suite, please make sure to sign out of all other personal accounts.

    Directions

  • Setting Up School Chromebooks at Home

    If your student checked out a Chromebook from our school, please follow these directions.

    1) Connect to home WiFi

    IMPORTANT - You must connect to your home WiFi network FIRST before logging in. (Note-If the Portal is down like it was today for a time, students will not be able to log into the school Chromebook until the site is up & running again.)

    Setting Up School Chromebooks: ENGLISH - SPANISH

    2) For Zoom to work correctly on Chromebooks, please follow these directions.

    Adding Zoom to School Chromebooks

  • School Chromebooks - Asking for Email Address

    If the Chromebook is asking for a student email address, then one of the following three things is happening:

    1. The Chromebook has not been connected to your home WiFi. This step must be done first.

    2. The person attempting to log into the Chromebook is clicking the "Sign in with a different account" link that is on the first opening page of the Chromebook. If this happens, it will prompt for an email address. Instead, please click the blue button in the bottom right corner and from there it will go to the Student Portal login screen. Students will log into the Portal with their username and password.

    3. If the GCPS Portal system is slow or down, it will redirect you to a Google login screen rather than the GCPS Student Portal login screen. In this case, there is nothing we can do but wait for the GCPS site to come back online.

  • Troubleshooting Personal Chromebooks

    If you are having trouble with a personal Chromebook, most likely you have conflicting Google accounts.

    Troubleshooting Personal Chromebooks Help Sheet

  • YouTube

    Unfortunately, YouTube videos will most likely not work whether on a personal computer or school computer if the student is logged in under the GCPS G Suite (Google) account. This is due to district restrictions that are placed on student Google accounts.
  • Zoom (Video Conferencing)

    Tip: Please make sure to download Zoom instead of trying to use the web browser.
     

    Zoom Directions for Students 

    Zoom on School Chromebooks